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MA History, University of Montana|
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of San Diego
I am an avid family historian for over 30 years and a native Montanan. When I was working on my MA thesis in History ("Myron Brinig's Butte: Jews in the Wide Open Town"), I spent a summer transcribing the information from the graves at the B'Nai Israel cemetery in Butte (my home town).
Family names I am researching include:
Wilson - McWhirter
Chartier/Carter - Neveu
Bertrand - Kuether
Sutherland - Sollars
Brittain - McMinn
Vance - Cole
Douthitt - Moore
Dillworth - Stilwell
Find a Grave is not a scholarly website. I think it has many purposes including providing catharsis and aiding with the grieving process, helping people with their family history, connecting relatives, remembering the dead, finding burial sites, etc. Those who think it is only for locating graves have a narrow imagination.
Sometimes all we know about a family member is what is printed in an old biography or what someone told us. This acts as a foundation for finding, correcting, adding to their history. I believe this should be a friendly collaborative process where we build together a story as we find more information. I will make mistakes. Feel free to let me know and I will correct.
My philosophy on transfers is simple - I believe memorials should be in the hands of relatives, even if not close relatives. I am happy to transfer, in fact I am waiting for the relatives of the B'Nai Israel and St. Patrick's cemetery memorials to contact me to care for their family memorials. I'm happy to transfer to relatives.
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Thank you for everything you are doing to preserve the memory of those that have gone before.
|Linda T.||Sollars Relation|
Hello Pam, I've been working on my family genealogy and discovered Charles F. Sollars was briefly married to my Great Great Aunt's daughter before his death. If you are related, I'd really like to compare notes.
Added by Linda T. on Nov 13, 2014 8:56 AM
|Suzanne Andrews||Thank you|
Just wanted to thank you for all the edits you did. Sorry there were so many. I really appreciate you doing them.
|C.B. Johnson||Mary (Gaston) Johnson and Wm Johnson|
Mary (Gaston) Johnson was born October 20, 1746 in Perrineville, New Jersey. She married William Johnson about 1774. They were the parents of at least one child - James Montgomery Johnson. Mary died on December 11, 1814 in Freehold, New Jersey at age of 68 years.
They Also had another child mane William I have good information on their ancestors and sketchy info on their descendants. Are you related to them and do you have any descendancy information.
Thanks C.B. Johnson email@example.com
I just wanted to thank you for posting the information about Marie Lebrun and Pierre Barbary Dit Grandmaison, as well as the history about the Lachine Massacre. They are my 9th great-grandparents. Thank you again for sharing this information.
Added by KVPB on Sep 27, 2014 8:50 AM
|Beth Ullman||Samuel Williams|
Thank you so much for transferring Samuel Williams to me, Pam! Obviously you are still active -- I have no idea why that page said you are not.
I really appreciate your hard work, and willingness to help out all the families.
With best regards,
Daniel Harrington and Bridget Barrett Harrington who are buried in St. Patrick's are
my great grandparents and I'll happily take
responsibility for them. I'm still checking to
see who else is buried where. So you may hear
from me again. Thanks so much for the pictures
of their graves. Theresa
Added by tyagi13 on Sep 15, 2014 9:05 PM
|Patricia Harrison Armstrong||Hugh Ferry|
Pam, thank you so much for the edits on this memorial. I appreciate your time so very much. Best wishes!
|Robert C. Sollars||RE: Picture|
The photo is that of Solomon and Martha Susan Giles Sollars. This photo was shared with me by their daughter Martha Serapta Sollars Marshall (1885-1979)Along with a number of fond memories.
Martha S. Marshall, a very dear person, was my 1st cousin twice removed. I visited with her several times over the years in Sonora, CA and in Lodi, CA during Sollars family reunions.
Your reply will be appreciated. rcsollars@comcast,net
Thanks for adding this remembrance for my 7th great grandmother. She was a Fille du Roi. She had two sons as you note. Both were victims along with her second husband Jean Michel dit Michaud. Only her daughter survived. Marie was never found after the Lachine massacre.
I am curious where this plaque is located that you say notes that the husband's and son's and step son's bones were found nearby in Lachine. I can't find a photo of this plaque. Do you have one?
Added by dick on May 22, 2014 9:36 AM
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